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Post 16 Sep 2015, 22:45
You know better than to post like that now don't you - Scihobo
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Post 25 Sep 2015, 00:44
I have found a birth record for Ketevan Geladze, and as I said her mother is Louisa Almeda Claflin. I also had a few people analyze the audio, and it turned out that it's fake. The outcome was a little bit disappointing, I enjoy correcting history when it's based on lies, and it would be pretty cool to be related to someone who pretty much invented audio, but nonetheless I was wrong regarding the recording, so I apologize.

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Post 25 Sep 2015, 00:53
Aw, well that's a disappointment. I'm sorry to hear it. Maybe you can be a good stalinist regardless?
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Post 25 Sep 2015, 00:59
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Aw, well that's a disappointment. I'm sorry to hear it. Maybe you can be a good stalinist regardless?


Well regardless of my ancestry and personal disappointments, I plan to continue on fighting for equality, the working class, and to empower the 98% until the day I die.
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Post 25 Sep 2015, 05:00
It looks like a really hasty Photoshop in. Why would rural Georgians write it in perfect English cursive rather than Georgian script?
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Post 25 Sep 2015, 06:34
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It looks like a really hasty Photoshop in. Why would rural Georgians write it in perfect English cursive rather than Georgian script?


It's not in English, and it's not photoshopped obviously. It's just an old document. Nonetheless, you were right about the recording, and I was blind wanting to really believe that my ancestors invented audio, so I apologize to you for treating you like you didn't know what you were talking about. I done professional research and outreach and I concluded that you and I were both right. You were right regarding the recording. And I was right regarding my ancestry.
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Post 25 Sep 2015, 11:22
Sounds like some Georgian made a few monthly salaries on your typical American muh heritage obsession. Good for him.
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Post 25 Sep 2015, 17:44
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Sounds like some Georgian made a few monthly salaries on your typical American muh heritage obsession. Good for him.


I'm 17-years-old and working on minimum wage in California. I can hardly afford to pay my phone bill in full. Luckily I have a wonderful grandmother who helps me with my ancestry. It's mostly fun and very insightful.

UPDATE: Switching to TracFone. Verizon is a rip off.
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Post 26 Sep 2015, 00:55
Getting back on topic.

I wish Joseph Stalin, my cousin, would be remembered for all the good he done. But our corporate history of our corporate society doesn't want us to know the truth:

    Greatest economic achievement in history (five year plans).

    Greatest agricultural achievement in history (collectivization).

    Turned the USSR from a backward country into a world superpower.

    His industrialization was a huge factor in the defeat of the Nazis.

    Added huge areas of Eastern Europe and the Balkans to the Soviet sphere of influence after WW2.

    Attempted to create a Secret ballot democracy in the USSR.

    Defeated the Nazis.

    Purged 650,000 traitors.

    Freedom of religion in the USSR.

    Brought forth Lenin's ideas.

    Attempted to abolish the post of 'General Secretary'.

    He was the leader in space.

    He was the leader in education.

Does anyone know how to peacefully or forcefully break the cycle of corporate history?
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Post 26 Sep 2015, 02:33
I'm going to vote for Bernie Sanders this election, partly because of his continuing failure to announce plans to liquidate 650,000 traitors. Call me an old stick in the mud.
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Post 26 Sep 2015, 02:43
Comrade Gulper wrote:
I'm going to vote for Bernie Sanders this election, partly because of his continuing failure to announce plans to liquidate 650,000 traitors. Call me an old stick in the mud.


I'm voting for Bernie Sanders as well, even though he's probably going to get rigged.

I'm voting for him because:

    He walked for social liberties while in school. Sanders was a piece of a gathering of understudies from Chicago who went by transport from Vermont in 1963 to the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.

    He has recorded his main 18 needs on the Senate site. Sanders' main 5 needs are affable freedoms, war and peace, ladies' rights, dental consideration, and training. You can read about his position on each subject on his Senate site page.

    He once talked on the Senate floor for 8 hours in a row. In December of 2010, he represented eight hours in a row with expectations of fixing what he thought to be tax cuts for the rich.

    He's a firm devotee to ladies' battles. Sanders has expressed that he trusts ladies ought to have the privilege to her own particular body and the choice ought to be in the middle of her and her specialist, and nobody else. He additionally plans to make equivalent pay in the work place.

    He holds solid family values. Sanders underpins the Family Act which would ensure each American specialist 12 weeks of paid medicinal and family leave, and required paid get-away time, something numerous organizations don't offer their workers.

    He needs to make school more reasonable. Sanders trusts that during a period when advanced education in the United States is significantly more costly than in some other nation, we must assuage the weight of understudy advance obligation by ensuring moderate credits to understudies, and permitting graduates to renegotiate their government understudy advances to exploit lower interest rates.

    He trusts all Americans ought to be given medicinal services. On August 9, Sanders tweeted out "I want to know why the US is the only major country on Earth that doesn't provide healthcare to all of its people". Since speaking to Vermont, he has limitlessly extended the medicinal services focuses in Vermont, and arrangements to do as such for the whole nation.

"I think many people have the mistaken impression that Congress regulates Wall Street," Sanders told CNN's Wolf Blitzer in May 2012. "In truth that's not the case. The real truth is that Wall Street regulates the Congress."

"There is a lot of sentiment that enough is enough, that we need fundamental changes, that the establishment - whether it is the economic establishment, the political establishment or the media establishment - is failing the American people," Sanders said during a discussion in April at the Brookings Institution.

"In my view, a corporation is not a person," Sanders wrote Dec. 8, 2011 in the Huffington Post. "A corporation does not have First Amendment rights to spend as much money as it wants, without disclosure, on a political campaign. Corporations should not be able to go into their treasuries and spend millions and millions of dollars on a campaign in order to buy elections."

"If a financial institution is too big to fail, it is too big to exist," Sanders said in another piece for the Huffington Post. It was October 2011 and he was writing in support of the growing Occupy Wall Street movement.

"We got a collapsing middle class," Sanders told Bill Moyers in October 2014. "We have more wealth and income inequality today than we've had since the 1920s. We have all of these enormous issues. And what big money can do is put an unbelievable amount of TV and radio ads out there to deflect attention from the real issues facing the American people."

"I am talking about a war being waged by some of the wealthiest and most powerful people against working families, against the disappearing and shrinking middle class of our country. The billionaires of America are on the warpath. They want more and more and more," Sanders said in 2010 in the course of more than eight hours spent on the Senate floor during a quasi-filibuster of a deal to extend the George W. Bush-era tax cuts.

"If the goal of health care reform is to provide comprehensive, universal health care in a cost-effective way, the only honest approach is a single-payer approach," Sanders told the Washington Post in 2009, as the fight over Obamacare was heating up.

"What the American people are angry about is they understand that they did not cause this recession. Teachers did not cause this recession. Firefighters and police officers who are being attacked daily by governors all over this country did not cause this recession. Construction workers did not cause this recession. This recession," Sanders declared in June 2012, "was caused by the greed, the recklessness and illegal behavior of the people on Wall Street."

"You have to bring people together who may not agree on every issue," he said, "but who understand that the middle class is collapsing and we are moving toward an oligarchic form of society, where the billionaires will control the economy and the political life of this country."

"The ruling has radically changed the nature of our democracy," Sanders wrote in the Huffington Post, introducing his plans to introduce a constitutional amendment essentially reversing the high court's decision to remove a series of barriers to corporate influence in political campaigns. "It has further tilted the balance of the power toward the rich and the powerful at a time when the wealthiest people in this country already never had it so good. History will record that the Citizens United decision is one of the worst in the history of our country."

"I've run outside of the two-party system, defeating Democrats and Republicans, taking on big-money candidates and, you know, I think the message that has resonated in Vermont is a message that can resonate all over this country," Sanders told the Associated Press on the day he announced his 2016 run.

"People should not underestimate me."
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Post 06 Oct 2015, 02:04
Akecheta wrote:
Getting back on topic.

I wish Joseph Stalin, my cousin, would be remembered for all the good he done. But our corporate history of our corporate society doesn't want us to know the truth:

    Greatest economic achievement in history (five year plans).

    Greatest agricultural achievement in history (collectivization).

    Turned the USSR from a backward country into a world superpower.

    His industrialization was a huge factor in the defeat of the Nazis.

    Added huge areas of Eastern Europe and the Balkans to the Soviet sphere of influence after WW2.

    Attempted to create a Secret ballot democracy in the USSR.

    Defeated the Nazis.

    Purged 650,000 traitors.

    Freedom of religion in the USSR.

    Brought forth Lenin's ideas.

    Attempted to abolish the post of 'General Secretary'.

    He was the leader in space.

    He was the leader in education.

Does anyone know how to peacefully or forcefully break the cycle of corporate history?


I thought Stalin also banned religion?
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Post 06 Oct 2015, 02:40
Neither Lenin nor Stalin "banned" religion. Lenin heavily discouraged it, and took away the excess political power of the Orthodox Church, but he didn't destroy it altogether. Stalin reopened a few churches during WWII, but kept a tight grip on the hierarchy of the organization.

It wasn't until Gorbachev that the Church began to revive. Since then, Putin has been the first to openly pander to it in the manner of the Czars, with the same cynical intentions.
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Post 21 Oct 2015, 10:35
UPDATE: Bernie Sanders just shot himself in the foot with his support of imperialism. He announced support of the prosecution of Edward Snowden, and endorsed Obama's decision to keep troops in Afghanistan, he has lost all my respect. If you want to vote: Vote PSL! Read the 10 point program of the La Riva/Puryear campaign.
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Post 22 Oct 2015, 16:31
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He was the leader in space.


What do you mean by this?

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Purged 650,000 traitors.


Well he did get a couple wrong.
Now what is this…
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Post 24 Oct 2015, 04:50
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What do you mean by this?


I meant under his leadership, education and space were very advanced than any other nation. We should also remember that the first phone was designed in the Soviet Union.
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Post 24 Oct 2015, 04:51
So, and I'll ask everyone once again, "Does anyone know how to peacefully or forcefully break the cycle of corporate history?"
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Post 24 Oct 2015, 11:25
Akecheta wrote:
So, and I'll ask everyone once again, "Does anyone know how to peacefully or forcefully break the cycle of corporate history?"

The Roman Empire wasn't destroyed, nor feudalism shattered, by any one particular individual. Why should one person take the credit for ending capitalism? When the core dries up, the husk will drop off, and something new will emerge.
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Post 24 Oct 2015, 22:19
Comrade Gulper, you misunderstood what I meant. I'm asking how, in general, can we all end corporate history and media, leaving only truth in history and media.
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Post 25 Oct 2015, 06:47
No history is immune from editorializing. We all have biases, we all have preconceptions, those will show. As of right now, the prevailing common sense will prop up capitalism. Under socialism, it would gradually shift to propping up socialism as new conditions set in. But let's not kid ourselves, neither is some unvarnished objective truth.

If you've abolished all class distinctions (i.e. communism), I guess that's eliminating biases associated with class background. But even then, class is not the only thing important to us. You'll still have other forms of editorializing, based on other interests.
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